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medal at the world aquatics championships he took bronze in the men's 200m backstroke, fighting back from sixth place at the halfway stage to set a new personal best. it's been a dark week for the sport of boxing with two fighters dying in the space of three days due to injuries sustained in the ring. deontay wilder says tragedy in the sportjust makes him train harder. speaking to the bbc‘s boxing correspondent mike costello, the world heavyweight champion says he is well aware ofjust how dangerous the sport is. it isa it is a scary feeling, that is why each and every time i go in the ring i make sure that i am ready. and it isa i make sure that i am ready. and it is a different animal because i know how serious the sport as, i mean we risk our lives for entertainment and i know, i have children as well and
so i know, i have children as well and so it'll make you feel, put that spirit, in your heart that you can go in there and do what you have got to deal and come back out and ijust thank god i am able to compete and compete at the highest level. every timei compete at the highest level. every time i have got to fight, you know, and makes me think that you can go on there and you may not get out. but we are the craziest people, i say, all of us fighters have a mental illness because we fight each other. we are crazy. but boxing is one of those things that will grab you and hold you tight. it is a year—round sport. it is an emotional support as well. netball lastly where jess thirlby has been named as the new head coach of the england team succeeding tracey neville. when she was 13, thirlby was told there had been a mistake and she was too young to have trials for the national team.
26 years later after a 15 year international career she says she wants to build on the success that neville enjoyed with a commonwealth title and world championship bronze. i think it is a really unique time to come in and i think we should celebrate the success that the grossest programme and the team have had in recent years, it does not happen overnight and it has been a long time building with a very senior and talented group of players so senior and talented group of players soi senior and talented group of players so i actually feel very privileged to be coming in at this point where there is huge momentum behind the sport. we also achieved some success and we absolutely look forward to taking on the mantle and trying to harness that and continued the success harness that and continued the success that the organisation already achieved. i love netball and it is surreal to think that a age 13 i had it is surreal to think that a age 13 ihada it is surreal to think that a age 13 i had a phone call to say that there had been an administration error and i was too young to crile and 26 yea rs later i was too young to crile and 26 years later i am finding myself in
the role of the role of the head coach. but a journey that is and i am really privileged and i absolutely adore this sport and i will give it my all. we wish her all the very best. that's all from sportsday. stay with us on bbc news for the papers. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are the deputy editor at the daily express, michael booker and the mirror columnist, susie boniface. lovely to have you both here. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. let's start with the financial times, and it leads with a warning from the irish prime minister leo varadkar to borisjohnson saying that a hard brexit could undermine the union of the uk. the telegraph carries an interview with jacob rees mogg,
the new leader of the house of commons, in which he dares his remainer colleagues to revoke article 50. the times reports that mrjohnson will pledge to spend two billion pounds on deprived towns, as he seeks to win over labour's leave voters. the guardian leads on its analysis of the latest crime figures, which suggests that only one in 65 rain cases reported to police result in suspects being summonsed or charged. it's holiday hail! so says the mirror which reports that thousands of people heading on their summer breaks have been left stranded, after storms caused travel disruption. and, holiday—makers are also facing more costly trips abroad, thanks to the fall in the value of the pound that's in the daily mail. so, a varied set of front pages let's see what our reviewers make of it all.
let's start off with our chat. jacob rees—mogg daring rebels to revoke article 50? they mobilise the clever one is what they have done. daring and double daring each other know. he has been brought and to be a clever one and know the parliamentary route to make rules. he has the practise book and the only way they can stop brexit for all those who do not want a new deal, the only way they can stop a new deal is by revoking article 50. he says people if they do control the order paper and did that, they will not dare do it because that is then admitting they do not want brexit at all and saying that pretending to get this deal rather than no deal and it is straightforwardly, he has daring them to do this. he does admit that there is the other option which is
there is the other option which is the no—confidence vote and he admits they may get the number is folau but why would you want to do that? they may have some answers to that but... because everything is so well —— going so well. the new cabinet is out there and the rest of them have some dumb icon on their holidays and this is them putting the tanks on the lawn of their manners and saying we dare use. this is to quote, activate the queen, that she would personally intercede on legislative process. the other thing, the only way out of no—deal brexit is article 50 but the deal is nothing in the vote leave literature it said we would have article 50 and vote straightaway and that was a david cameron threat as part of the remain campaign after the brexit referendum, the lever is bullied
theresa may. there has been so many extensions now and it is a fake deadline and set to force parliament to do something and it has not worked. you could get to the point where government revokes article 50 because elsewhere tonight if you wa nt because elsewhere tonight if you want to have a no deal, there is a administration that has reportedly been told the only way to happen no—deal brexit is to pass legislation invoking direct rule in northern ireland. that would overturn and suspend the good friday agreement and it is never getting through the house of commons. they would end up having to revoke article 50 themselves. out of interest, borisjohnson has had no general election. he has said lots of things. when you think will happen october the 31st? we will have an election before then because
borisjohnson is not going to... you probably have a majority of one and have no choice about that and he is not going to want to go to the country to go the 31st and failed. he wants to go to the country and say parliament had stopped me back setting and the unicorn is around the corner and he wants to go while he is still looking like he is strong and not like he is a powerless loser which. .. strong and not like he is a powerless loser which... he said he is not going to call an election but he is already talking... he is talking about all his money for a 20,000 extra police on the streets and the stories tonight about all the things about how there will be a lot of cash... so he is saying no election but on the other hand he is saying, you will be out and manchester tomorrow and i think it is already campaigning. jacob rees—mogg is saying we are trying very ha rd rees—mogg is saying we are trying very hard for a deal that he is not frightened of no deal and
elsewhere... the motor industry... otherwise they are like theresa may's government. no deal presents an existential threat to our industry. other people are terrified of no deal. we will get to financial times ina of no deal. we will get to financial times in a moment. daily mail and the other effect of brexit is it will be pretty costly to go on holiday. it is interesting that they are saying that as well. a gloomy front page. the dollar is lower for any time against the pound and we are at lower against the dollar any time for that and the euro we are as low as we were in 1999 when the hero first came into being and so it is a very gloomy old friend page and we have the next bed on the front, the group farah finance squarely putting it on the pump, consequences of brexit so it is strange that they
have given this the problem that they have. £1 million summer giveaway at the top. but something something exchange rates. is the lowest something exchange rates. is the lowe st that something exchange rates. is the lowest that has been against the dollar in later life more than 50 years, half a century, that should bea years, half a century, that should be a top line and the headline ought to be accurate. it should be a boris brexit will sink the pound because thatis brexit will sink the pound because that is what the story is saying. borisjohnson affect his that is what the story is saying. boris johnson affect his doing this to the pound. it is a boris brexit. you have to brand this as a boris effective. let's talk about another boris affect. the warning from leo varadkar on the front of the ft. last week on the front i remember there was a story that i might be willing to compromise and it does not look like they are willing to compromise and he is the irish prime
minister and is saying that the more there is the more there is an idea of no deal, the more northern island will question the union. scotland and northern ireland voted to remain. again they are talking about borisjohnson remain. again they are talking about boris johnson and his remain. again they are talking about borisjohnson and his people are saying the need to abolish this backstop before they start talking to the eu and they are saying... it is just talking. to the eu and they are saying... it isjust talking. and is to the eu and they are saying... it is just talking. and is very familiar to what we were a few months ago. it shows what kind of state we are in that ireland are still having to say about the backstop three years on invoice johnson is still talking about the backstop is a problem. abolish the backstop is a problem. abolish the backstop but all that does under his plan is move the issue of the northern island or let —— northern island border is midstate into the trade talks with the eu and it still has to be resolved. michel barnier
it sounded a bit scared yesterday. but there is a paragraph here that borisjohnson has but there is a paragraph here that boris johnson has countered suggestions and his stance threatens the union by emphasising his commitment to all the nations of the uk and dubbing himself necessary for the union. that is encountering a suggestion whatsoever, it is polished, advertising. hang on and minute if corbyn was in his possession, and he had said i am very proud of the united kingdom, i am committed to it and made myself a minister for the union, paris johnson would say that is not a nap and is not doing anything. —— boris johnson would say that is not enough. this effect that he seems to have, a pop star affect. he is not a p0p have, a pop star affect. he is not a pop star. it is a celebrity effect,
people posing for selfies within and all creeds and colours. they will realise very quickly that he does not leave a legacy behind him when he goes somewhere. let's turn to the times and this is just repackaging is intact? this is 1.6 billion and if you remember theresa may promise left behind two towns, one of her desperate needs to get labour mps voting with the deal and they still voted against her deal but now boys johnson has renounced it and says it will be £2 billion. trees and money -- it is will be £2 billion. trees and money —— it is from the same magic money tree and his magic money tree bear in mind is going to have to do stretched to a no—deal brexit. despite the fact that there is not going to be an election. hers was that labour mps but this is aimed at
labour voters. who boris johnson thinks is stupid and they have not heard this before. this is like 20 million a town? everything we will hear from borisjohnson million a town? everything we will hear from boris johnson and the government over the summer, about client to make plans —— about plans isjust balderdash client to make plans —— about plans is just balderdash and just marketing and all at a time before he announces the election which of course will be someone's else's fault not his fault, the spending reels and everything else kicks and then he will blame parliament and tell the country that they are making you vote again and became... the aim for all at the end of this isa the aim for all at the end of this is a tory majority government for five years by saying i have brexit victimhood and... the brexit party is voting strong... this is how he
will steal the votes, i am a victim of anti—brexit. will steal the votes, i am a victim of anti-brexit. people are being patronized, giving £20 million your deprived town. let's have a quick look and turned back to the daily telegraph because we want to and on the queen's english. he issued a stylesheet to members of his staff saying how they should prefer to use language and so on an official correspondence such as saying meet with and not using words like impact, and it is obviously a complete monster because he is telling his staff to use two spaces after a few.. esquire for nontitle men. when how they use the title esquire and a title or envelope?” think he has got a squire. jacob
rees—mogg has terrible handwriting. what about empirical measurements? did he think his staff will know what he is talking about? we have been teaching metric measurements since 1974. jacob himself will have learned metric measurements. they are stirring things on the make up everywhere. it is so tiresome. but the situation around the police... esquire has gone the way of the dodo which is where jacob rees—mogg is going to go. millennialist will now be looking up esquire. they will not use a dictionary, they will do it online. thank you michael and susie. you'll both be back at 11:30 for another look at the papers. the headlines are coming up at 11.
front pages are online as well. next it's the weather with chris fawkes. the heatwave is over for all of us know that new data has become available which shows during the peak of the heatwave on thursday, they reached 38.7 and if he gets confirmed by the met office of the next days or weeks it will be the highest temperature ever. either way you look at it, the heatwave was unprecedented with new record set in germany, belgian stomach belgium, netherlands and luxembourg. heavy rain will be developing and become expansive across scotland and england and may affect price of wealth as well, neither northern ireland should have a clear night with dry spells. 14—17d overnight
low and perhaps one for sleeping but more comfortable compared to the nights we have had to endure over the last two days. is we can's whether it dominated by the leather friend that has been particularly slow moving. that in itself is likely to cause problem with localised flooding as a possibility. heavy rain around stretching across scotla nd heavy rain around stretching across scotland and parts of england as well on this diagonal. on this the rain will be coming along with heavy bursts and the amount we get will va ry bursts and the amount we get will vary a lot from place to place that some could see some persistent and heavy rain. scotland cheering up at the day goes by and for the northern isles should be a decent day. best of dry weather and sunshine. southwest england where temperatures reach the low 20s in the same mother front, different day, here it is on sunday and slipping and on ireland and on the way farewells and central and on the way farewells and central and southern england as well. writer with a mix of sunshine and showers
and sail across southwest england and sail across southwest england and the southwest of wales, it will say mainly dry, the best of the weekend weather is likely to be. through the course of the weekend rainfall totals will be mounting up and 40,60 rainfall totals will be mounting up and 40, 60 millimetres and place and could see more than that of the hills and said there is the threat of some localised flooding issues coming up in places on the weekend. limited disruption out and about as well. quite a bit of unsettled weather initially but it does become dire, sunnierand weather initially but it does become dire, sunnier and warmer or later in the week is your weather. ——
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